Kim Jong-Un is Getting Brave – Displays Heavy Artillery in Huge Military Parade

Lil Kim put all of his heavy artillery on display in a huge military parade. This move showed Kim Jong-Un is getting brave. Perhaps too brave.

It is important for Lil Kim to remember that no matter how big and bad he thinks he is, America is bigger and badder.

The parade happened on Saturday. It was to commemorate the 105th anniversary of Kim II-Sung, also known as “Day of the Sun,” in North Korea. Kim Jong-Un is Sung’s grandson.

Kim Jong-Un is Getting Brave

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Kim Jong-Un is Getting Brave

Per USA Today:

North Korea has warned that it was prepared to strike back against the U.S. and South Korea as tensions rise on the Korean peninsula. Last weekend, the U.S. sent aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson to nearby waters as heated words ratcheted up.

“Our toughest counteraction against the U.S. and its vassal forces will be taken in such a merciless manner as not to allow the aggressors to survive,” a spokesperson for North Korea’s military said ahead of the parade, according to the state-run KCNA news agency.

President Trump has also stirred the pot with his Twitter feed. On April 11, he tweeted that “North Korea is looking for trouble,” and said that the China’s help would be welcomed but that the U.S. would solve the problem without them.

On Thursday, Trump tweeted again that the U.S., along with its allies, was prepared to deal with North Korea.

Kim Jong-Un needs to take special notice the last part of the USA Today article. Here is a recap.

 

 

 

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